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HI Bootcamp Booster Shot Early Bird Deadline Only 2 Weeks Away
September 19 & 26; October 3, 10, & 17, 2017 | 12:00-3:00 PM ET
15 - 20 CPE Hours
Canada’s iconic HI Bootcamp is back! Be the first to take the new HI Bootcamp Booster Shot. Learn from the best…Professor Dominic Covvey, one of Canada’s top HI experts, and Dr. Tom Rosenal, one of Canada’s foremost authorities in clinical Informatics. Learn the new essential competencies and capabilities for today’s informatics professionals:
- Analytics and Big Data.
- The Internet of Things (IoT).
- Artificial intelligence.
- The Cloud.
- Precision/Personalized Medicine.
- Consumer Informatics.
- Devices, Sensors, Sensor Networks and data produced.
- Personal Attitudes and implications in our workforce.
- Biomedical Engineering and Health Informatics.
- Complexity in health care and quantization of Health Informatics
- And many others.
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Although health technology implementations have come a long way in the last decade, the risk of partial success and having a 'zombie' project is still high. Given the extensive investments made in health technologies and the high hopes for their effectiveness for health provider productivity and patient safety, best practices in health technology implementation are still topical. Learn about best practices in HIT implementation from a systematic review of the literature with high quality statistical analysis of the findings. The published paper has received over 4000 reads on ResearchGate, a social media site for researchers. Come learn what everyone is so excited about.
Canada's Chronic Disease Surveillance Network: Architecture & Next Steps
Canada's chronic disease surveillance network (www.cpcssn.ca) recently reached 1000 physicians and 1 million de-identified patients in its database. CPCSSN is revolutionizing primary care by making research easier and faster and by making it easier to apply quality improvement to patient populations. How did we get here? What makes CPCSSN sustainable? What are the impacts of primary care research? Where do we need to go next?
Creating the Next Generation mHealth App: A reference Architecture
mHealth apps in smartphone app stores are languishing; downloaded and abandoned because they don't solve people's problems. What is the ideal design for an mhealth app? What's working? What's not working? Why? This presentation addresses these questions and proposes a new paradigm for patient mhealth apps that could potentially solve the log-jam.
Learning from Amazon: Building the Next Generation EMR Form
What if electronic medical record (EMR) systems were designed like the World Wide Web? What if we could improve user experience rapidly because we could see how users were using the software? What if we could make actionable information available at the point of care instantly using Big Data techniques? What if we could quickly test whether new ideas will work and make them available into all EMRs immediately?
Lowering Costs in Health Care: Architecting Health Care for Diabetes Prevention
What if we could predict who would get diabetes, long before they actually got it? What if we could provide high risk patients with training, support and counselling to prevent diabetes? What if we provided diabetes prevention services to elderly patients who already have other diseases?
What Diabetes Prevention Apps Should Have and Why
mHealth apps are not being used. Over 45,000 mhealth apps are languishing in mobile app stores. We evaluated over 200 diabetes mobile apps found in the Apple and Google app stores against a Reference Architecture for high quality mobile apps. Surprisingly, we identified a niche where apps do work well and are popular with patients in this space. However, the vast majority of patients with diabetes are not served by these niche apps.
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